Classic Cases Revisited: R v Brown – What Legally Constitutes Consent?

BDSM – coercion or consensual? K3 Legal examines the limits of consent

Succeed Legal successfully courts long-time DLA Piper partner as consultant

Alasdair McBeth was with the global firm for over 40 years

University of Waikato law prof takes top role at UN

Dr. Valmaine Toki has been named chair of the Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

Pearce IP litigation head: 'No one's died because of technology yet'

Paul Johns also discusses the emotional element of working on IP cases

Nominations for Elite Women 2024 close next week

Don't miss the chance to shine the spotlight on a deserving colleague

Three join the District Court bench

The new judges will sit in the Manukau, Rotorua, and Invercargill courts

DLA Piper coaches Aquila Clean Energy APAC, solar farm on Westpac NZ deal

According to the firm, this is a landmark transaction in a number of ways

Kate Sheppard Chambers takes on three

The new additions specialise in a variety of fields

Lane Neave moves Wellington premises to Customhouse Quay

The relocation comes off the back of the firm's recent absorption of a specialist firm


Paul Johns also discusses the emotional element of working on IP cases

Paul Johns shares what his rule of thumb is when it comes to trying new things

Jan Etwell "had no clue" what being a lawyer would be like

Jan Etwell discusses the initiatives she's most eager to champion as part of the firm's leadership


Final week of Dealmakers of the Year nominations

Don't forget to submit nominations for exceptional dealmakers in Australia and New Zealand

Defining success in the TMT legal field – with Anchali Anandanayagam of Hudson Gavin Martin

Uncover critical insights into the landscape of TMT law and the key role that technology plays in the field

What are the best ways to combat employee exhaustion?

Why unlimited time off is a 'giant pain in the neck'

Are leaders lacking in empathy?

'Alarming. That is the word for this year's data'